Natalie Morales

Director, writer, actor

Director, writer and actor

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In the opening scene of the new movie “Language Lessons,” Cariño, a Spanish teacher in Costa Rica, virtually meets her new client Adam, who lives in Oakland.

‘Language Lessons’ and ‘Plan B’: How first-time director Natalie Morales made 2 films in a year

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